PG&E GAS LINE EXPLOSION ENGULFS SAN FRANCISCO BUILDINGS IN FLAMES | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


PG&E GAS LINE EXPLOSION ENGULFS SAN FRANCISCO BUILDINGS IN FLAMES

Just when you thought it couldn't get any worse for bankrupt California utility PG&E, it got worse.

On Wednesday afternoon, PG&E - which filed for bankruptcy last week as a result of $30 billion in legal liabilities resulting from California's massive 2017 and 2018 wildfires its equipment may have ignited - was working to contain a natural gas leak from a pipeline that exploded on Wednesday along a major thoroughfare in San Francisco, setting fire to five buildings and leaving thousands without power in Inner Richmond, while prompting people in nearby restaurants to run for their lives as fire crews worked to get a handle on the soaring flames.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Although this hasn't been investigated forensically, although I am sure it will be soon, there seemed to be a pattern with PG&E, of not following proscribed safety standards; I wouldn't be surprised if this explosion was a result of that mindset.

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